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Always sweat the small stuff

Ding! Ding! Digital versus litho, round... Erm... Not sure anymore.

Believe in print's power and people

I appreciate that the Yuletide break may seem a distant memory for many of you reading this, but as this is the first issue of 2016: happy new year from all of us at PrintWeek Towers.

Print is feeling powerful once again

This issue of PrintWeek is largely dedicated to celebrating the power of print.

Print’s tomorrows need today’s yoof

To avoid any possible confusion, this edition of PrintWeek is 100%, officially the apprentice issue.

Make hay while the sun shines

The schools are out, the roads are clear and the sun has officially got his hat, shades and SPF 50 on.

Welcome to the Digital packaging report

Welcome to our inaugural Digital packaging report. There's little doubt that the packaging sector has been remarkably - albeit perhaps unsurprisingly - resilient to the economic downturn.

To survive, we must become POEs: Print Outcome Experts

The pressures on our industry are real: weak demand, overcapacity and new media with clear proof points and sleek presentation.

Finance initiatives' take-up low, but RGF should flourish

We have all been subject to a great deal of ministerial airtime of late, as the government seeks to both stimulate and support various finance initiatives for the UK SME business sector.

High-profile PM acquisitions do not have a great history

Konica Minolta acquires Charterhouse and the abbreviations converge: PM (print management) meets MPS (managed print services). But what does that actually mean to the respective companies and the industries that they represent?

CWU's Royal Mail action is a threat to direct mail sector

In December 2012, bosses of the Communication Workers Union (CWU) threw down a challenge to Royal Mail when it threatened to ballot its members to boycott handling mail from downstream access (DSA) providers. While CWU's intended target is Royal Mail, the Direct Marketing Association (DMA) has raised concerns that the proposed action could cause significant harm to the multibillion-pound direct mail industry that it represents.

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